Day: April 21, 2020

Game streaming market shaken up as Nvidia loses more big names and Microsoft readies its market killer

It’s all about the content. And where you can – and can’t – get it Nvidia’s GeForce game streaming service has lost four big-name game publishers, with Xbox Games Studios, Warner Bros, Codemasters and Klei Entertainment, pulling their titles by the end of the week.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

Automated Bots Are Increasingly Scraping Data & Attempting Logins

The share of bot traffic to online sites declines, but businesses are seeing an overall increase in automated scraping of data, login attempts, and other detrimental activity. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Disney Plus reportedly begins work on The Mandalorian season 3 – CNET

Pre-production work on scripts and art has begun, a report says. …read more Source:: CNet

Banking.BR Android Trojan Emerges in Credential-Stealing Attacks

A new Android trojan targets banking customers with overlay attacks to steal their bank credentials and ultimately take over their accounts. …read more Source:: Threatpost

NFL Tackles Cybersecurity Concerns Ahead of 2020 Draft Day

Researchers weigh in on potential security concerns surrounding the 2020 NFL Draft. …read more Source:: Threatpost

Netflix Adds 16 Million New Subscribers as Homebound Consumers Stream Away

Netflix beat its forecast for subscriber growth in the first quarter as consumers in many countries stayed at home due to the coronavirus pandemic and hunted for ways to entertain themselves. From a report: The streaming giant said Tuesday it added 15.8 million new paid subscribers [alternative source] around the world in the quarter, more…

How To Hack A Company By Circumventing Its WAF For Fun And Profit – Part 2

…read more Source:: PacketStorm

Netflix subscribers surge like crazy as coronavirus traps us at home – CNET

Netflix’s gangbusters growth will be seen as a bellwether for streaming video in the coronavirus pandemic. …read more Source:: CNet

Snap adds more users amid coronavirus lockdown – CNET

The ephemeral messaging app now has 229 million daily active users. …read more Source:: CNet

Facebook Agreed To Censor Posts After Vietnam Slowed Traffic

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Reuters: Facebook’s local servers in Vietnam were taken offline early this year, slowing local traffic to a crawl until it agreed to significantly increase the censorship of “anti-state” posts for local users, two sources at the company told Reuters on Tuesday. The restrictions, which the sources said were…